Cities in Oregon will directly receive more than $680 million. The spreadsheet below provides an estimate for each municipality in the state, and also includes state and county level estimates.

Cities are divided into two groups below based on the formula outlined in statute to distribute funds. The first group is entitlement cities under the Community Development Block Grant program. The second group is all other non-entitlement cities. Funds will be divided into two distributions.

Now that the bill is signed in to law, the U.S. Treasury has 60 days to distribute the first portion of the funds to entitlement cities and to states for distribution to non-entitlement cities. After receiving the funds, states have an additional 30 days to distribute funds to non-entitlement cities. The second half of the estimated distribution will be received 12 months after the first distribution. We expect further guidance and clarification on expenditures these funds are eligible to be used for to be forthcoming from the U.S. Treasury and others in the coming weeks and months.

For any questions regarding ARP funds, please email LOC Lobbyist Mark Gharst at

DISCLAIMER: These are estimates from the House Committee on Oversight, not final allocations.  Issues have been found in other state allocations that may or may not change Oregon allocations.

Payments for Oregon Cities

NLC has supplied an Excel spreadsheet of estimated payments for cities in Oregon.

View Estimates by City

NLC Allocation Tracker

NLC has created a searchable dashboard for local American Rescue Plan allocations. 

View the Allocation Tracker